Learn more about the use of mHealth technology
in the mental health space
Copenhagen, Denmark – 28 February 2019. Mobile health technology can be used to support important decision making in diagnosis and treatment, especially in the field of mental health. It can empower patients by involving them in their own treatment and by providing...
Leading Danish addiction treatment center, KABS, enhances treatment services with data-driven mobile health technology
Copenhagen, Denmark – 30 January 2019. The management of Copenhagen-based KABS acknowledges that there is a need to digitise parts of the treatment to both ease the burden of difficult and time consuming data collection and to offer people better, more proactive and...
Copenhagen, Denmark – 17 January 2019. Monsenso, a Danish healthtech company focused on mobile health solutions for mental health, is proud to announce our newest collaboration with the Center for Rusmiddelbehandling in the municipality of Ikast-Brande. The aim of the...
Monsenso partnered with University of Cambridge to support research into individuals with intellectual disabilities
Monsenso has partnered with the University of Cambridge, Department of Psychiatry, to support the research of using mHealth to help identify the possible causes of behavioural problems for those with intellectual disabilities. The University plans to further their...
Peter Hagelund discusses how Monsenso’s mHealth solution has helped his psychiatrist diagnose his Bipolar Disorder Type 2 more quickly and accurately, helping him avoid further months of anxiety and confusion.
The ROI on mobile health apps is critical to ensure the feasibility and long-term success of digital initiatives implemented by a healthcare institution.
The advantages of online therapy are many, from reaching out to people who live in rural areas, to addressing the shortage of clinicians.
The top cause of insurance claims is now mental illness. According to a new study, two-thirds of British adults have experienced mental ill-health.
According to a recent statement by the new American Heart Association (AHA), major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder should be recognized as moderate risk factors for atherosclerosis and early cardiovascular disease.
The World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) recently released a Report on Mental Health and Well-being for children titled “Healthy Young Minds. Transforming the mental health of children.”
This infographic represents some of the facts displayed in the report.